Yoga unlike other forms of exercise connects the breath, body and spirit as one.
Classes involve movement practice, breathing control and meditation through power vinyasa yoga with the benefit of a Physiotherapist's in-depth knowledge of anatomy and pathology. Vinyasa is a flowing class that strings together breath and movement.
Mindfulness and ability to stay present
Improve self awareness and body awareness
Improve flexibility and muscle contraction
Improved athletic performance
Improved cardiovascular health
Improved Respiratory control
Everyone can benefit from yoga practice, even a gentle modified version.
Please keep in mind that the classes will involve getting up and down from the floor
Current Times: Monday 6pm, Wednesday 6.30am.
(mid morning soon available - enquire with reception)
Please keep in mind that if you have any major injuries or limitations a one on one introductory session with our physiotherapist will be necessary so that we can keep you safe in classes. Learning correct modifications to your practice is the number one way to create longevity in your yoga practice.